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Korean Peninsula A Pawn On The Geopolitical Chessboard Book

The World Order: 2020

There has been constant debate on what the world would look like decades down the lane. From the time of Roman Empire to the...

Russia: Strategic Partner or Potential Threat to China? – II

ontinued from Part - I With respect to political aspects of the partnership, Beijing supported Moscow’s early opposition to the eastward expansion of the North...

China Transferred Ballistic Missile Technology to Pakistan

Pakistan’s security establishment was early to realize the strategic importance of ballistic missiles. In February 1989, a few months before India tested its Agni...

The Narendra Modi Doctrine

India’s Foreign Policy has been a constant matter of intrigue and debate as to what approach New Delhi should take in the emerging Global...

Reinventing Indo-Russian Strategic Partnership

Russia has been India’s principle ally and strategic partner for last few decades dominating the sphere of Indian defence and military acquisitions. The relations...

India-Russia: The Strategic Plus Partnership

India-Russia ties have been going through a rough patch in the last few years especially after India chose to upgrade its military and defence...

Russia: Strategic Partner or Potential Threat to China? – I

In April 1996, erstwhile antagonists China and Russia unveiled what they termed a strategic partnership for the future. On that occasion in Shanghai, President...

Hybrid Warfare – The Killing of Mullah Akhtar Mansour

The nature of warfare is constantly evolving. The rise of ISIS with its sophisticated use of technology for propaganda has revolutionized the War on...

The Iranian Paradox

Russia's President Vladimir Putin with President of Iran Hassan Rouhani. Image Credit: Kremlin.ru The Persian Gulf...

Cold War 2.0

Geopolitics over the past few centuries has been the sum total of patterns which keep repeating from time to time. These patterns reveal themselves...